Politics

The president accuses Democrats of “voter fraud,” but one of his supporters became the first person in a Pennsylvania county charged with the crime in 30 years.
“This will be done so that everybody can get a glimpse of what a FAKE and BIASED interview is all about,” the president tweeted.
The South Carolina Republican blames "shadowy" forces — not his waning popularity — for donations pouring into his Democratic opponent's Senate run.
"Sorry, she's a reporter," Bill Hemmer corrected the Trump campaign's Mercedes Schlapp, who had called Welker a "bit of an activist."
The Christian Civic League of Maine supports conversion therapy and opposes gay marriage — and the Republican senator is thrilled to have its support.
The president's son said, without irony, "My father gave me an opportunity to work my way up in his company."
Kathryn Kimball Mizelle, on track to get a lifetime federal judgeship, has only been practicing law since 2012 and has never tried a case.
Donald Trump and Joe Biden face off in person for the last time in the 2020 presidential race.
Republicans are pushing back on policies meant to ensure more ballots are counted.
The Geneva Consensus Declaration breaks from UN consensus by seeking to restrict abortion access and undermine same-sex marriage.